*When availableWe have rapid COVID-19 testing with same day results. Our goal is to provide same day results to as many people as possible. We are giving priority to all patients who have COVID-19 symptoms, and also to all CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE workers with or without symptoms. Many patients with special circumstances may require a rapid COVID-19 test rather than waiting on test that takes longer. To expedite your visit, please register online at selected locations.

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Please be advised that Advance ER is a state licensed free-standing emergency center and all of our testing, including COVID-19, is billed as an emergency department visit.

Wounds Best 24-Hour Emergency Room With No Wait

Dallas Emergency Wound Care

When is a Wound an Emergency Situation?

Most wounds are not emergencies. If a wound is severe and needs treatment, this will usually reveal itself over time if the wound does not start to heal or the pain gets worse. However, there are emergency situations where wounds need treatment right away. Be sure to familiarize with the signs of an emergency wound so that you can take appropriate action.

Signs that a wound requires immediate treatment include:

  • Excessive bleeding; bleeding that soaks through bandages
  • There is an object stuck in the wound
  • The wound is very large or deep
  • The wound was caused by an animal bite
  • The wound was caused by something rusty or dirty and you have not had a tetanus shot in five years
  • You have difficulty moving the limb where the wound is located
  • You experience disorientation, high heart rate, fever, shortness of breath, or other unusual symptoms not long after receiving the wound

Do not take chances with these symptoms. Visit an ER immediately for assistance.

Latent Wound Emergencies

One of the biggest risk factors you are exposed to with a wound, emergency and otherwise, is infection. Even non-emergency wounds can turn into an emergency situation if an infection takes root.

Symptoms of an infected wound include:

  • Wounds that show no signs of healing after a week
  • Odd odors coming from the wound
  • Discoloration around the wound
  • Pain that does not lessen
  • Warm skin around the wound
  • Swelling around the wound
  • Difficulty moving the area around the wound

Infected wounds may not require a trip to the emergency room, but you should not delay getting treatment for even a day longer if you notice the symptoms. At Advance ER, we have an urgent care/walk-in clinic that can provide same-day treatment for non-emergency conditions.

Contact Advance ER to learn more about our emergency and urgent care services in Dallas.